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Dennis & Rich chat with the London Philharmonic Orchestra's James Williams about the making of A BRAND NEW ME, the new Aretha Franklin album of orchestral re-imaginings of classic tracks. Plus, John Hughes chats with Book of Love keyboardist Ted Ottaviano about the 30th anniversary of the band’s synthpop classic LULLABY.
On this edition of THE RHINO PODCAST, host Dennis is in the booth with the one and only Micky Dolenz and Monkees reissue producer Andrew Sandoval to talk playing concerts in supermarket parking lots, Don Kirshner, JC Penney, long hair, Look Magazine, and why only 12 tracks originally made it on to MORE OF THE MONKEES. Find out what was left on the cutting room floor and how you can now hear those songs when you tune in.
On this week's episode of THE RHINO PODCAST, we talk about the remastered and expanded editions of The Cars’ CANDY-O and PANORAMA albums. Compilation Producer John Hughes goes deep with Ric Ocasek to find out why the two albums are so disparate in sound, what it was like to work with DEVO's Jerry Casale on some of their classic music videos, and The Cars' connection with the band Suicide.
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You wanted the best and you got the best! Host Dennis goes one-on-one with the man, the myth, the legend - Gene Simmons - for a closer look at THE VAULT, Gene's mammoth limited-edition career-retrospective boxed set.
Hosts Dennis and Rich talk with engineer and producer Ed Stasium about the making of the Ramones’ landmark third album, ROCKET TO RUSSIA, and his contributions to the recent 40th Anniversary Edition of the punk classic. We also explore the set’s bonus material which includes a December 1977 concert recorded in Scotland that took place just a few days before Stasium recorded the Ramones’ classic live album, IT’S ALIVE.